Your comments were removed from my hub because you posted highly inaccurate information. Doesn't bother me in the slightest if you believe what you said, but I'm not going to allow it to be posted in my hub.
Perhaps you ought to actually read the TOS in question http://www.blogger.com/terms.g or check google answers for those who've asked the same question. As it happens, the official reply from Blogger is that, while they don't encourage the removal, they don't prohibit either.
Now, then. The rest of your comments have also been removed. Please refrain from posting comments in my hubs from this point onward. I admit this may seem intolerant of me, but I'm just not keen on people coming round after their comments are deleted and then stomping their feet and threatening me with thumbs down.
I'm funny like that.
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